Publications

-Pérez-Liñán, Aníbal, and Ignacio Arana Araya. 2017. "Strategic Retirement in Comparative Perspective: Supreme Court Justices in Presidential Regimes." Journal of Law and Courts 5 (2): 173-197. https://doi.org/10.1086/692962

Pérez-Liñán, Aníbal, and John Polga-Hecimovich. 2017. “Explaining Military Coups and Impeachments in Latin America.” Democratization 24 (5):839-858. doi:10.1080/13510347.2016.1251905



Ding, Iza, Marek Hlavac. 2017. “‘Right Choice’; Restorative Nationalism and Right-wing Populism in Central and Eastern Europe.” Chinese Political Science Review 2 (427-444).

Turiel, Jesse, Iza Ding and John Liu. 2017. “Environmental Governance in China: State, Society and Market.”Forthcoming in Governance and Public Policy in China.

Samii, Cyrus, Laura Paler, and Sarah Zukerman Daly. 2016. “Retrospective Causal Inference with Machine Learning Ensembles: An Application to Anti-Recidivism Policies in Colombia.” Political Analysis 24(4): 434-456.

 

Grossman, Guy and Laura Paler. 2015. “Using Field Experiments to Study Political Institutions” Routledge Handbook of Comparative Political Institutions. Eds. Jennifer Gandhi and Ruben Ruiz-Rufino. New York: Routledge: pp. 84-97.

 

Paler, Laura. 2013. “Keeping the Public Purse: An Experiment in Windfalls, Taxes, and the Incentives to Restrain Government” American Political Science Review 104(7): 706-725.

 

Jose A. Chebub and Jude C. Hays. Forthcoming. "Elections and Civil War in Africa". Political Science Research and Methods

Cheibub, Jose A. and Jude C. Hays. Forthcoming. "Elections and Civil War in Africa" in Political Science Research and Methods [LINK]

Spoon, Jae-Jae and Heike Klüver. “Does Anybody Notice? How Position Shifts of Coalition Parties are Perceived by Voters.” Forthcoming. European Journal of Political Research.

 

Klüver, Heike and Jae-Jae Spoon. 2016. “Who Responds? Voters, Parties, and Issue Attention.” British Journal of Political Science.  46.3:  633-654.

 

Spoon, Jae-Jae and Karleen Jones West. 2015. “Bottoms Up:  How Subnational Elections Influence Parties’ Decisions to Run in Presidential Elections in Europe and Latin America.” Research & Politics. 2.3.

 

Spoon, Jae-Jae and Heike Klüver.  2015 “Voter Polarization and Party Responsiveness:  Why Parties Emphasize Divided Issues, but Remain Silent on Unified Issues.” European Journal of Political Research. 54.2:  343-362.

 

Williams, Christopher and Jae-Jae Spoon. 2015. “Differentiated Party Response: The Effect of Euroskeptic Public Opinion on Party Positions.” European Union Politics. 16.2: 176-193.

 

Spoon, Jae-Jae, Sara B. Hobolt and Catherine E. de Vries.  2014. “Going Green:  Explaining Issue Competition on the Environment.” European Journal of Political Research. 53.2:  363-380

 

Spoon, Jae-Jae. 2011. Political Survival of Small Parties in Europe.  2011.  New Comparative Politics Series.  University of Michigan Press.   [Paperback published January 2015.]

 

 

Social Movements and World-System Transformation (forthcoming, Routledge 2017; co-editor).

 

Human Rights: Politics and Practice (Oxford 2016; editor).

 

“Recent Works on Dignity and Human Rights: A Road Not Taken,” Perspectives on Politics 12.4 (2014): 846-56.

 

“Accountable International Relations,” in The Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability, Mark Bovins, Robert Goodin, and Thomas Schillemans, eds.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.